Beverley Liberal Democrat Councillors have handed in a petition, on behalf of residents, with over 100 signatures saying ‘NO’ to plans ninety new homes to be built on Poplars Way.
Beverley Town Council is proud to support the fantastic work of a dedicated group of litter pickers called The Wombles of Beverley.
Founded by Ronald Keuning and Lance Spruce-Jarrett, they are a fantastic group of community-spirited residents are helping to keep the streets of Beverley clean.
Chat, a charity shop on the Swinemoor Estate has celebrated 20 years of serving the local community.
Manager Trevor Green who was one of the founders of the venture says it is remarkable that they have lasted two decades.
Plans submitted to build an Energy Centre near to Beverley Leisure Centre have sparked concerns from residents.
Local residents brought their concerns to Beverley Town Council after they learned of the application made to East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Play Areas in Woodmansey Parish have been officially reopened after the completion of works. This work was funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums, collected from developers of nearby housing sites.
Deer Park Way Play Area and King Street Play Area have been reopened. While the third play area Southwood Park on Princess Way is set for work to start in July.
Councillor Denis Healy is promising the people of Beverley that under the Liberal Democrats residents can enjoy change.
The Liberal Democrats enjoyed an outstanding night at the local elections that saw them take control of Beverley’s Historic Core.
The Liberal Democrats were at the head of the queue as nominations for the East Riding council elections officially opened this week.
Nine Liberal Democrat candidates covering all three of the Beverley council wards handed in their nomination papers at County Hall within an hour of the nomination window opening.
Two high profile local councillors have made the switch from Labour to the Liberal Democrats. Cllr Peter Astell and Cllr Tom Astell made the switch bringing with them a wealth of experience.
Their move has certainly been welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy. He also confirmed the pair would be contesting the Minster Woodmansey seats in the upcoming local elections.
During the Tour de Yorkshire last year, Beverley made a great effort to decorate the town, turning it into a sea of blue and yellow in the days leading up to the race.
A motion put forward by Cllr Dominic Peacock, seconded by Cllr David Elvidge that Beverley Town Council fully support Track Fitness and Boxing Club was rejected pending further investigations.
A public meeting will take place for residents who live within the boundaries of Beverley Town Council to raise issues relating to the town.
With the Tour de Yorkshire starting their race this year in Beverley, organisers of the event were in town to provide an insight into the event and what people can do to get involved.
The Flood Advisory Service, a not for profit organisation established to help communities throughout the UK facing the devastating effects of flooding, arrived in Beverley
As Mayor of Beverley this year I have never been more proud, to represent the residents of Beverley for a second term of office.
The three lucky winners of this year’s Beverley Food Festival competitions have been presented with their prizes by Mayor of Beverley Cllr Peter Astell.